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Former WWE Star CM Punk Claims Colt Cabana Tried to ‘Extort’ Him – Here’s what happened

According to reports, the legal issues between CM Punk and Colt Cabana were settled last Thursday. Punk and Colt collectively filed for the case to be pink-slipped and there was reportedly no money settlement concerned.

In a series of tweets, Punk skillful the case being pink-slipped. When did a user note that “Colt Abides” while referencing the legal issues between the former friends, Punk responded, “Why’d he ask to settle then? I wanted it to go to trial! Play stupid games, win stupid prizes! Enjoy donating to the ultimate ‘woe is ME’ go fund me account.”

Punk had filed the countersuit against Cabana this past June seeking $600,000 for general damages as well as interest and legal fees in response to Cabana’s amended lawsuit filed in December of 2018.

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When the user steered that tent settled the suit to maneuver on together with his life, Punk replied, “He sued me. He wanted to end the dumbs he started? I asked to speak to him, he declined.

I asked to enter mediation, he declined. I offered money, It wasn’t enough never wanted any of it. He’s as greedy as you’re ignorant to whom I’m, and fooled by who he’s.”. Punk claims that he would have simply given tent the cash if he had asked him, but tent instead “tried to extort ME.” “I loved the guy,” Punk tweeted. “Would’ve done anything for him.

The dismissal of the suit comes at a time when Punk appears to be inching his way toward a WWE return. Punk auditioned for a task in FS1’s future WWE Backstage show. While Punk would be employed by Fox, not WWE, it’s clear that this association could kick open the door for him to make a return to wrestling.

Punk has been retired since his Gregorian calendar month 2014 departure from WWE, creating solely occasional appearances at house shows and embarking on a mostly unsuccessful MMA career.

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